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CSPAN
Jan 27, 2010 7:00am EST
in the united states and the government raised the rates which is how fiscal stimulus in the united kingdom -- the governor of the bank of england said president obama's proposal is much more serious than the prime minister's. he couldn't think of anyone internationally who was enthusiastic about the prime minister's ideas. the third aspect of banking reform, a growing content that the only sensible banks have the ability and know-how to maintain proper supervision of the banks. the prime minister took that power from the bank of england in 1997 and created a system that failed. given countries like the united states and germany who want their banks to have more responsibility for banking supervision will the government change that policy and adopt that approach as well? >> what america has been doing is dealing with a very fragmented situation of regulation which has no fewer than eight regulators. we have rationalized the system of regulation. the organizations have the right powers within the right framework and that is what the financial services bill and other measures to determine to
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2010 12:00am EST
on television or online. >> i should have made that clear. what people see here in the united states is just a very small portion of what you do. >> that's right. primary question is different than the rest. it does give you a flavor of the -- of the competitive nature of parliamentary debate. and the way two sides line up against each other in a kind of face-off. and -- the -- it is different from most of the european parliaments most of which ra are in hemi cycles and a speaker play read a speech. and usually it is a small number of people. the -- the commons is -- is, has very different style to that. about you're in the -- here in the united states, the house wept on -- went on television before the united states senate. some said at that point in time it was because the house was on television that the senate finally went on television. in your case, the house of lords was already on television. is that correct? >> that's right. the lords had been televised for four or fine years beforehand. and i think the same could be said to apply. i think it just became very difficult for m.p.'s, a
CSPAN
Jan 3, 2010 9:00pm EST
in the u.s., the house of representatives went on television before the united states senate. some said it was because the house was on television that the senate finally went on television. in your case, the house of lords was already on television, is that correct? >> that is right. the same could be said to apply. it became very difficult for members of parliament and the commonwealth. when the house of lords did not have a problem with that. we have had quite a number of changes to the loss of coverage making it much easier to watch -- to the laws of coverage, making it much easier to watch. there are still changes under way. and how many cameras are in the house of commons? >> is there are six in the lord. >> and how are they manned? >> they are robot thickly operated from a controlled gallery. -- robotically operated from a controlled gallery. uc wide shots of the chamber and -- you see wide shots of the chamber. we would like to have a reaction shot just like a broadcast. it is all long wait for word from the original position which is that you could only see the picture of the p
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2010 7:00am EST
will be in operation in heathrow across the united states and across the united kingdom. while the person involved in the detroit incident was refused a visa and was not on a watch list, and was on our watch list, we are reviewing and enhancing our watch list arrangements and given the changing security nature, i'll ask the cabinet security that any lessons learned from recent events should be considered and whether we can further and better coordinate and intergrate the work of the intelligence services and the service that is available to us from them. >> mr. david cameron. >> thank you. thank you, mr. speaker. can i join the prime minister in paying tribute to the seven british servicemen who lost their lives since the last prime minister's questions. private robert hays, david watson, rifleman aiden howe, tommy brown, and christopher rooney and michael richard and michael holmby and we must look after their families. i also join the prime minister in paying tribute to david taylor and his contribution to public service. we too send our condolences to his wife and children. he was diligent, dec
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2010 7:00am EST
. it is also important that the united nations and of course the principal provider supplies the united states can work with most affect together to deliver the coordination that is necessary. president obama has explained to me that in addition to the military effort which is massive, 11000 troops have gone in with a few medical hospitals and every other kind of equipment necessary to help people, there is also the civilian effort of usaid which is working very, very hard in the region, and at the same time the work being done by presidents clinton and president bush to coordinate the relief that is being given to people. all these things are designed to ensure there is proper coordination. there are lessons to be learned for the future. we have 1000 group that somebody team ready to go to areas where we attend reconstruction and stabilization is necessary. some of them are in afghanistan at the moment, but the world at some point must come to a decision that first of all, funding has got to be available to move immediately where there is a disaster. secondly, we need a signing up of professi
CSPAN
Jan 24, 2010 9:00pm EST
of supplies, the united states, can work with most effect together to deliver the coordination that is necessary. president obama has explained to me that in addition to the military effort, which is massive -- 11,000 troops have gone in with field medical hospitals and every other kind of equipment that is necessary to help people-there is also the civilian effort of usaid, which is working very hard in the region, and, at the same time, the work that is being done by president clinton and president bush to coordinate the relief that is being given to people. all these things are designed to ensure that there is proper coordination. but i agree with the leader of the opposition that there are lessons to be learned for the future. we have a 1,000-strong civilian team ready to go to areas where reconstruction and stabilization are necessary. some of them are in afghanistan at the moment. the world must, at some point, come to a decision, first, that funding has got to be available to move immediately when there is a disaster. and secondly, that we need the signing up of professi
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